LeBron James was both amazed and a little jealous when he heard Detroit Tigers star Miguel Cabrera signed a contract Friday that guarantees him $292 million over the next 10 years.
Kevin Pelton looks at parity as a product of the cyclical nature of rebuilding in the NBA.
In ESPN The Magazine's Conspiracy Issue, Pablo B. Torre writes about the reason behind our never-ending fascination with NBA conspiracy theories: The Frozen Envelope, "Basketball Reasons," and more.
Every player on the Heats and Nets will don nicknames Friday night, but this trend is nothing new.
And you thought David Ortiz's hitting was big. After the Red Sox finally won a World Series at home, it was time to pop the corks in Boston, pre-Prohibition style.
Derrick Rose made his long-awaited return to the Bulls as the NBA opened Tuesday night, but as usual the Heat stole the show, and LeBron showed off his latest championship jewelry.
We laughed at the inept Cardinals, were shocked by Greg Oden and got a fright from Brett Favre. Here's the recap of an emotional night, In Case You Missed It.
Knicks forward Metta World Peace expects that his former team, the Los Angeles Lakers, will play for the right to hoist the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy this season.
Kristi Dosh writes that payrolls have a major impact on who makes the NBA playoffs -- moreso than in other leagues.
We'll let Phyllis Tobias' middle digit let you know what we think of the cavemen at Maxim. Obviously, they couldn't handle a real woman.
Memory of the last 15 years a little foggy? Fear not -- ESPN The Magazine's staff provides the notable sports championships from the last decade and a half.
How much would LeBron James earn if the league didn't have a salary cap?
Professional sports has reached its tipping point. The players, already too big, already too fast, already too strong, are now engaged in a game of attrition not against the other team, but against the regular season.
In an era when many rival players would rather be friends than foes, Kevin Garnett's competitive fire still runs hot - and Ray Allen is now feeling the burn, writes Howard Bryant in ESPN The Magazine.
Uni Watch tackles the epic task of ranking the uniform sets of the NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL from 1-122. (Part 4)